This is what appeared on my face a few weeks after I dumped muriatic acid into a pool. A drop rebounded and landed where this carcinoma eventually emerged in the exact spot where my skin sizzled for a few seconds. I remember the moment very clearly as it was dangerously close to my eye. The underlying tissue was made more acidic and cancer thrives in an acidic environment. One of my pool customers who’s also a doctor saw it and became very alarmed and pleaded with me to have it biopsied. I didn’t, instead, I treated it myself with natural plant-based extracts with proven anti-cancer properties and within 3 weeks it completely healed. As this was happening my neighbor contracted a squamous cell carcinoma on his nose but chose a different approach. He chose Mohs surgery, the most commonly used way to treat skin cancer. As a result; his nose has a knarled spot where the surgery was done while no after-effects resulted from my self-treatment.
Alternative medicine or more accurately phrased “integrative medicine” holds far greater potential in offering a wide variety of ailments, but skeptics who’ve made a dogma of skepticism will remain unconvinced. They need to rethink their position.